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Three weeks afterwards the bigots convened a ticket meeting at Exeter Hall.
Such a lesson was taught the bigots that they never made another attempt.
Irish Unionists who refused to believe these assurances were denounced by Nationalists as bigots and humbugs.
Are there not flowers for drunken Bacchantes, flowers for gloomy and stern bigots, pensive flowers for women who are bored?
HONORINEHONORE DE BALZAC
He suspected himself now, cross-examining all the mysteries of his mind as bigots search their consciences.
At the close of the same year, however, Punch castigates sectarian bigots with equal vigour.
So far from being inclined to irreligion, as some ignorant bigots insinuated, few men possessed a more devout habit of thought.
The enthusiasm of the bigots reached a climax when the Trappist suddenly stood up in the crowd.
MAUPRATGEORGE SAND
A small and valuable tract for promiscuous distribution wherever the Sunday bigots are enforcing their Sunday Laws.
THE BIBLEJOHN E. REMSBURG
Political partisans and religious bigots may condemn the work, but impartial critics are almost unanimous in their praise of it.

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